Cape Town (South Africa): A Stunning Haven Beyond Compare

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Cape Town, South Africa’s Mother City, is a vibrant destination with beautiful beaches, stunning mountains, and rolling vineyards. It offers scenic drives, trendy bars, fine dining restaurants, and world-class hotels. The author invites readers to join them on a short tour of Cape Town and highlights their YouTube channel, where they upload weekly trip reports. The author also provides links to their social media accounts for further updates.



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41 thoughts on “Cape Town (South Africa): A Stunning Haven Beyond Compare”

  1. OH, I totally agree! This city is simply stunning, I only spent a week there in 2010 on my way up to Bloemfontein to work with cheetahs for a week. I only had a two-week break from work but it has been a city that has lingered in my heart for years. I have such fabulous photos of Long Street, Old Biscuit Mill markets...the busiest markets in the world. and the gorgeous Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. All of you who live there are so lucky. 
    I was warned about the violence there and Joburg but I only ever had such warmth from absolutely everyone I met. You can meet violence in any city in the world....even NZ where I am from originally.
    Mind you...that water is FREEEEEEEEZING!!! I got such a shock as I walked along the edge after my lunch.

  2. Cape Town and the Western Cape region is the most beautiful place I've ever been in my life and I've been all over Europe, parts of Africa, Australia, Israel, Ireland, Scotland and England. None of them can hold a candle to this place. What a truly wonderful experience to spend some time in your part of the world.

  3. Congratulations for your national holiday on 27th April Sout Africa from your friends in Germany <3 South Africa is a beaufitul country with nice landscape, charming people and such a nice culture. I´m really proud to call you our friends. Best wishes for the future from your friends in Germany <3

  4. Clifton Beach water too cold to swim!? Pfft, softies! Spent many hours of my childhood body-surfing there (but make sure the lifeguards are on duty, there can be dangerous rip currents). Much, much nicer than Camps Bay beach, which is very exposed and tends to be wind-blasted (and even less safe for swimming). The Clifton coves are more sheltered. If you want warmer and safer swimming, though, head for Muizenburg on the other side of the peninsula - miles of white sand and gentle, shelving beach, child-friendly. Also not mentioned: there is one lovely, but tiny cove at Boulders, where you can swim and snorkel in crystal-clear water - with penguins! - and an excellent cafe/restaurant above.

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